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Britta Becker (born 11 May 1973 in Rüsselsheim) is a German former field hockey midfield player. Becker made her debut in the German women's field hockey team in 1991 and was the youngest in the Olympic squad in 1992. She was part of the 1995 winning team in the European Cup and the bronze medal winning team in the 1998 World Cup. She retired in 2004, just before her team won the Olympic gold medal in Athens. She has four children, Emily Blooma (*1999), Nik David (*2001), Polly Marie (*2007) and Jilly Lina (*2009).

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  • Britta Becker (born 11 May 1973 in Rüsselsheim) is a German former field hockey midfield player. Becker made her debut in the German women's field hockey team in 1991 and was the youngest in the Olympic squad in 1992. She was part of the 1995 winning team in the European Cup and the bronze medal winning team in the 1998 World Cup. She retired in 2004, just before her team won the Olympic gold medal in Athens. She has four children, Emily Blooma (*1999), Nik David (*2001), Polly Marie (*2007) and Jilly Lina (*2009).
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